New Kids On The Block stormed onto the stage California on Thursday night 32 years after they first topped the charts.
Jordan Knight, 52, Jonathan Knight, 53, Donnie Wahlberg, 53, Joey McIntire, 49, and Danny Wood, 53, all showed off their impressive vocals as they performed their classic hits.
The stars wore an array of show-stopping stage outfits as they strutted their game, for the first time in 12 years, in the crowded center of Golden One in Sacramento.
Back in action: New Kids On The Block storm the stage in black leather for their Mix Taped tour in California on Thursday (Jordan Knight pictured)
Throwback: The group has sold a staggering 70 million albums (LR) Donny Wahlberg, Jonathan Knight, Joey McIntyre, Jordan Knight and Danny Wood (pictured together in 1989)
The group was supported on their Mix Tape tour by fellow 1980s star Rick Astley, 56, as well as female singers En Vogue and Salt-N-Pepa.
New Kids On The Block, which has sold an enormous 70 million records, started the evening in matching gray hoodies that they combined with oversized PVC pants.
The men beam as they show off their synchronized choreography to some of their more famous tunes.
On stage: The men wore hoodies and PVC pants for the show which stopped spectacular (LR) Jonathan Knight, Jordan Knight, Donnie Wahlberg, Joey McIntire and Danny Wood
As they sang passionately in their wireless microphones, the set was illuminated by an enormous wall of colorful lights.
As Donny, who is his brother actor and former band member Mark Wahlberg, wore a trendy snapback Joey opted for an alabaster vibe.
Next they slip into motorcycle jackets as were paired with eye-popping pyrotechnics for the high intensity number.
Hats off: When Donny, who is his brother actor and former band member Mark Wahlberg, wore a trendy snapback, Joey opted for an alabaster vibe
Stylish: Next, they slip into controlled engine jackets, along with striking pyrotechnics for the number of high-intensity
In Fire: Flames erupted from the set behind the singers as they entertained the full audience
While each member wore a different style of coat, all were decorated with a black-and-white chessboard print.
Familiar Donny lifted his dark T-shirt later in the show to show his toned physique to the audience.
The group strutted the stage with confidence as they proved that despite their time away they were indeed great artists.
Big screen: The show was broadcast to the stadium via huge screens
Hunky: Reliable Donny lifted his dark T-shirt later in the show to show his toned physique to the audience
Match: while each member wore a different style of jacket, each was decorated with a black and white chessboard print
Final: When the show ended with a rapturous applause, confetti fell from the ceiling covering the stage as well as fans
Love of life: The group was in their element as they strutted their game across the stage
When the show ended with a rapturous applause, confetti fell from the ceiling that occupied the stage and fans.
Meanwhile, British crooner Rick looked smart in a navy suit when he opted for simple staging and let his voice do the work.
While En Vogue saw ravishing in red PVC ensembles Salt-N-Pepper opted for monochrome.
Song singing: British crooner Rick looked smart in a navy suit when he opted for simple staging and let his voice do the work
Ladies in Red: And Vogue looked great in red PVC ensembles when they took the stage (LR) Terry Ellis, Cindy Herron and Rhona Bennett
Salt: Salt (left) N Pepper (right) chose monochrome outfits for her high-intensity performance
The band recently returned from their Mixtape tour to promote their latest single Bring Back The Time which has their counterpart on stage stars.
‘Joe and I always have a bottle shot for the opening night,’ Donnie revealed to MailOnline when he talks about the group riders – their requests for locker room.
‘When we were kids, we had arcade games on the rider and pinpong tables – it was crazy, but now we just have no wishes on the rider, we just have needs’.
Time Back: The band will tour throughout North America (pictured in 1994)
Ancient times: The master stars also made names for themselves in the 80’s
Back on stage: And Vogue returned to the stage after making it big with their great song in the 90’s
The new single co-written and co-produced by Donnie, the song aims to uplift and inspire listeners. Embodied in the good feeling of their upcoming tour, he said, ‘From the second I started working on this song, I knew it could be a perfect anthem for the entire Mixtape 2022 tour! Kind of like a ‘Mixtape inside a Mixtape’.
‘When the other tour line-up artists responded with such enthusiasm and were ready to put together this nostalgic musical journey, I knew it would be something special for all our fans.’
‘Hopefully’ ‘Bring Back The Time’ captures a love for music, for creating memories and for people celebrating the best times. We plan to bring that energy to the stage every night! ‘
Return: The band promotes their latest single Bring Back The Time featuring fellow stars Salt-N-Pepa, Rick Astley and En Vogue
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